Vermont State Police said little about the death of an unidentified man in Wallingford on Monday other than there was no sign of foul play.
Police said the death of the 50-year-old man, who was pronounced dead at the scene and whose name was withheld pending the notification of family members, appeared to be “an isolated incident” that was not cause for any increased concern for public safety.
An unnamed 53-year-old woman was also taken from the residence on Sugar Hill Road where the man was found.
Police would not say anything about her other than that she was taken to Rutland Regional Medical Center for “medical treatment.”
Police also declined to disclose the relationship between the man and the woman.
Police said they responded shortly after 1 p.m. to a 911 call about two people in need of medical attention.
Regional Ambulance Service, the Wallingford Fire Department and Wallingford Rescue also responded to the Sugar Hill Road residence.
Police described the investigation as “active,” “ongoing” and “in the early stages.”
The body of the dead man was taken to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for an autopsy, according to police.
Calls to the Wallingford constable were not immediately returned and the fire chief could not be reached Monday evening.
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